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it at the moment. what i would like to say is this -- i think jordan is going through a difficult time. i think that the king is handling this situation very capably. i would like to mention that traditionally the kingdom of jordan is always, both himself and his father -- who i knew and with whom i had a long- lasting relationship of several years -- was always jockeying a position. jordan is now under extreme pressure from the north, as well. the overflow of refugees into jordan has been a problem. after desert storm, there was a flow of refugees from the gulf states to jordan. after the iraq second war, there was a big flow from iraq into jordan. now there has been a flow of syrian refugees into jordan. jordan is not such a big country that it can serve such a large influx of refugees. it is also a complicated issue, and on top of all that, as you probably will all recall, on several occasions there have been large groups of palestinians that have moved into jordan as a result of both the war of independence and the war of 1967. jordan, having all of that on its shoulders, one has to complim
is in washington with the details. >>> it is to put out here. jordan is a key u.s. ally in the middle east and israel peace partner and has been targeted before. the latest plot was more ambitious in the planning. jordan suspect had weapons aimed at inflicting the heaviest losses possible. the suspects are mill at that points and considered lengths to al-qaida and unclear to how close the militants were to carrying out the attacks. plot included anassinating western diplomats and shopping malls and cafes. and other areas where people from the west gather in aman. militants were arm ready with explosives and mortars and rifles. militants with ties to al-qaida carried out a terror attack and killing the u.s. ambassador and three others there. it was praised by the al-qaida leader who issued a call for more direct action. jordan's department outlined the intricate plot that the suspects planned to set off two decoy explosion before setting off a series of militia attacks and suicide bombers in the final phase they were to attack diplomatic missions . one question that arises from all of this
said syrians had fled the country, almost a third had fled. jordan and the u.n. are working to get children back in school but there are challenges. take a listen. >> there are two problems here in jordan. one is that i was just at the zatari camp near the border where there are about 30,000 refugees and where you started from scratch with unhcr and others just a couple months ago and we are building schools and finding teachers, both jordanian and syrian to teach the kids, but the problem is winter is coming and it is all tents right now. so urgently we are working to bring in prefabricated buildings and others. but about two-thirds of the refugees from syria have scattered in jordan and are living in communities where we are working to bring them into schools because with typical arab hospitality, the jordanians are welcoming them into the public school system. so there's a lot of work there. the main problem, of course, is all the schools in syria. we are seeing a tenth of them damaged. there are a lot of kids out of school and we are very actively trying to get them into school
-rayed for explosives so other kinds of weapons can make it into planes cargo holds. >>> in jordan, some 150 u.s. troops are now on the border with syria. they intend to boost jordan's military capabilities, in the event that syria's civil war spills across the border. leon panetta said the u.s. is working with jordan. >>> in australia, the prime minister delivered a blistering 15 minute attack against the opposition leader in parliament today. they have traded accusations of sexism and massageny. the video has gone viral and twitter exploded with reaction. >>> in pakistan, outrage over the shooting of a 14-year-old girl led to protests across the country, and prayers. the teenager was shot and wounded by a taliban gunman yesterday. militants said she was targeted because of her support for education for girls. doctors removed a bullet from her head today, and say they are hopeful that she will be able to recover. >>> the u.s. anti-doping agency has laid out its case against cyclist lance armstrong in elaborate detail. saying armstrong was at the center of the most sophisticated doping conspiracy ever s
the cardinals. jordan zimmermann struck out the batter. all that set the stage for jayson werth in the bottom of the ninth inning. 96 miles an hour, a fastball over the wall. let the celebrations begin. the nationals win, 2-1 with game 5 looming. >> jayson werth had not hit that many home runs this year. it was a great effort on his part. >> it comes down to 1 pitch. >> we know nothing is going to be easy. we have a life, a heartbeat. >> nowhe nationals have the momentum. wizards lost their preseason game to the knicks last night, 108-101. >> we spoke to some national stands after the game. granite bay expressed relief at how things turned around. >> i was thinking it was time for jason to get a walk-off- home-run. >> it worked. it was unbelievable, a truly momentous moment. a lot of people were getting worried today. we realize you have to have heart and debated. >> first pitch tonight at 8:30 and nationals park. that will air on tbs. >> unspecified denied game metro will delay the start of scheduled track work until the crowds have gone through the system. it was a long night for orioles fa
. >> yes. my eldest daughter is going to be 10. jordan, happy birthday double-digit. but for 24 hours you are still 9 so go to bed. it is 4:00 a.m. >> sherrod, what is going on with you? >> jordan call me in eight years. too much?
but so is an expired jug of barbecue sauce. somebody on e-bay paid $10,000 for one gallon of mcjordan barbecue sauce that expired back in '92 when mock don't's released a limited burger honoring basketball great michael jordan. coming up after your local news on this morning, vice-president joe biden and vp candidate paul ryan. i'm vinita nair and this is your "cbs morning news". this is your "cbs morning news". ,,,,,,,, >>> social security recipients will see one of the smallest hikes in decades. the government announced yesterday the benefit will increase 1.7%, that's a $19 increase a month on average. one hot button topic, how to preserve social security. mark strassman looks at each of the presidential candidates plans. >> reporter: in new orleans john's family business sells stone for kitchen remodel. >> i love what i do. we go to work and i enjoy every minute of it. >> reporter: six days a week. >> yeah. not only me but my wife and son. >> reporter: 56 years old. how much longer do you want to do it? >> 10 to 15 years. >> reporter: since 1940 social security has been etched in s
great, six strong, allows just one. top 7, jordan zimmermann with a rare relief aappearance. and he was dealing. faces three batters, strikes them all out. a huge inning. jordan zimmermann showing some emotion, the crowd getting pumped. to the ninth now, still tied 1-1. one man on, matt carpenter in to pinch-hit for st. louis, facing storen. look at ian desmond saves the day, best player on the nationals this year. bottom nine, you could feel the tension. jayson werth facing lance lynn, ball game! walk-off home run. the place just erupted. werth is the hero, the nationals win 2-1, extend the series to a fifth game. just an awesome scenes at nats park when jayson werth knew it was coming when he left the phillies and signed that $126 million contract to come to washington. >> my first day here, i went to a capitals game, hockey game, and the place was packed. they said -- somebody said, you know, just a few short years ago this place was empty. so i knew that a winning ball club would bring the fans and here we are two years later and they're showing up. it's awesome. >> they stuck w
. then jordan zimmermann came in. he struck out eight straight batters. setting the stage for jayson werth in the bottom of the ninth. a 13th pitch at that knocking the fastball over the fence. and here we go. let the celebrations begin. the national into-1 with a game 5 looming. -- the national's win 2-1 with game 5 limning. >> that was a great effort on his part. >> every playoff game comes down to one page. >> whether we win today or lustig, tomorrow is a new day. now -- whether we win today or lose today tomorrow is a new day. >> the baltimore orioles are in new york trying to stay alive trying to avoid elimination. the yankees were scoreless in the top of the fifth. he takes it. this silence is the crowd and it gives the orioles a 1-0 lead. meanwhile, the yankees played small ball. barry jeter comes home from third. it was a one-one game. they're now in the 12th inning and the orioles have won on and one out again in the 12th in the bronx. meanwhile, the giants eliminated the reds 6-4. they now move on to the championship series and there are weeding the winner of the nationals and th
it was certainly special? >> it was kind of going along. the tension didn't build till late and when jordan zimmerman came in and struck out in the 7th, this crowd had been waiting for two days for an excuse to go nuts and it started to build and build. they couldn't have scripted it better. i think the newness of this here i think made such a difference. >> reporter: it was special. how do you come down from that and play a game the next day? that will be difficult for the nats tonight. >> yeah, it is, but i heard a lot of the right things from guys last night. there's a saying in baseball, momentum is as good as the next day's starting pitcher. this is the key here. it's on gio gonzalez. he was disappointed on the first start. however he pitches i think will determine where this game goes. >> reporter: that's the pitching angle. what about the hitting? they haven't done it in the last couple games. bryce harper has struggled. >> a lot of them have struggled. scouts know if you can bust the nationals' hitters inside, you got to be good and can't make a mistake, but if you, can you can ho
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of the oakland police department. police chief howard jordan said he never received e-mails sent in the past week from a federal monitor. those messages involved concerns about chief jordan's recommendation to discipline several members of the police department for infractions. >>> it's getting oscar buzz for the best documentary. starting today they will scream the entire documentary. it's called the waiting room. a film that explores how the public hospitals struggle to care for thousands of largely uninshired patients. the movie is already won awards at film festivals across the country. you can view that documentary in oakland. >>> time now 6:26. let's get everybody out the door, sal. what is happening on the roads? >> right now it's getting busier dave and pam around the bay area. we are going to look at the south bay. this report looking at northbound 280 getting up to the valley here. it's not that bad. and the same thing goes for interstate 678 -- 680. this is a big commute. so far so good as you drive past free hospital into san jose. >>> low clouds are back. very, very mild. a lot of lo
. jordan zimmerman, the game two starter in off the bench. the bull pep struck out the side in the seventh. then it is tyler clippard and he does the same. drew storen gets it in the ninth and just sitting them down. it all came down to this. jayson werth tied up at one, bottom of the ninth. after a 13-pitch at-bat and the 13th pitch is gone and look at the celebration. are you serious? yeah. we're serious. off of lance lynn and that is winning for the nationals. they win 2-1. and this set off a raucous celebration. this scene showing some serious resilience and tonight, it is all going down. 8:37, here it is. gamefive, winner take all. adam wainwright will object the bump for the cardinals. 14-13 in the regular season. and gio gonzalez. looking to -- i wouldn'tsy a shaky game in st. louis but he did walk seven batters. maybe those nerves are gone. he will be up tonight in front of this crowd and it will be buzzing. i can't wait and it is 5:00 in the morning. can we get to 8:37 because this town is going to be rocking tonight. >> i think it is called nerves of steel now. i think that's wha
in recent weeks. the attacks are growing increasingly violent, as richard jordan reports. >> reporter: when a woman was attacked last night, police say the area was likely dark and des oh late. >> usually after 9:00 here, it's almost closed. >> reporter: alexandria police say the 20-year-old got off a bus at 11:30 on eisenhower and van doren. a short walk later up the street to courtney avenue, that's where the victim was caught offguard by a strange man. she says she believes he's hispanic. >> he demanded money. when she said she had no money, he pulled her into the bushes where he sexually assaulted. >> reporter: it has some women in the area on edge. >> i'm worried about it. i didn't expect from this area like this. >> reporter: that concern is growing, because alexandria police are now investigating three attacks on women just within the past month. this one, the most violent, but detectives say they don't think the three are connected, because the other two happened near homes run parkway, about two miles away, and they think that is just too far. the previous two victims managed to ge
sympathizes or agrees with terrorists. >> thank you. >> we now go to the gentleman from ohio, mr. jordan. could you kweeld necessity ten seconds for a quick question? let's understand what you are saying here today is that one piece of intel, one piece of infell got you guys, yourself and secretary rice or ambassador rice, to make a wrong statement five or six days later and still be making it because sunday is a long time after tuesday. you are saying you got it wrong and you didn't know any better. is that right? >> the information that was availab available. >> ambassador, you're a great witness historically. i asked you did you have any contrary knowledge over those five days? that's all -- >> no, sir. >> okay. you didn't know any better for the next five days is your testimony. thank you, mr. jordan. >> mr. chairman, may i ask the consent that we give equal time to mr. cummings to respond and then give mr. jordan his full five minutes? >> mr. chairman, on that request -- >> to be honest -- mr. jordan. >> point of order. >> are you requesting time? >> point of order. >> i guess unani
and courtney avenue. richard jordan reports those attacks are growing increasingly ve lent. >> reporter: drivers go past what hours earlier was a crime scene without a clue. >> i think this is unsafe. >> reporter: after dark, police say this business district became the site of a brutal attack. >> it is kind of an isolated area, not a whole lot of lighting. >> reporter: alexandria police say the 20-year-old got off a bus at 11:30 on eisenhower and van doren. a short walk later, up the street to courtney avenue, that's where the victim was caught offguard by a strange man. she says she believed he's hispanic. >> he had displayed the knife and demanded money. when the victim said, i don't have any money to give you, he then grabbed her and pulled her over the guardrail into the bushes where he sexually assaulted her. >> reporter: the attack has some women in the area on edge. >> i'm worried about this. i didn't expect from this area like this. >> reporter: that concern is growing, because alexandria police are now investigating three attacks on women just within the past month. this one,
.s. military sent to jordan on syria crisis." mostly this military unit is helping jordan handle the estimated at 180,000 syrian refugees who have crossed the border and are severely straining the country's resources. foreign policy is to be a topic in the debate between vice president joe biden and vice presidential candidate paul ryan. the debate begins at 9:00 p.m. eastern time on thursday, and we will read air the debate after we take your phone calls and -- we will re-air the debate after we take your phone calls and comments. up next, we will talk with frank donna kelley on campaign -- frank donatelli on campaign 2012. julie, this is not the first time that the candidates for that seat will be squaring off. there are two debates under their belts. where do things stand? guest: the first two debates in this race have been pretty it and fall, a pretty nasty the dates. pretty positive up until september. there is the ban on outside grant adds -- on outside ads. until september, there were no negative adds for either candidate as well, but over the last couple of months it has taken a trend
the border with syria and jordan. washington has been insisting that we are not going to directly intervene. dinesh d'souza is here to tell us what is going on in obama's america and with our troops abroad. the supreme court takes up the question of the future of affirmative action. shannon bream was there for the argument and she will be next with the report. for many, nexium helps relieve heartburn symptoms caused by acid refl disease. osteoporosis-related bone fractures and low magnesium levels have been seen with nexium. possible side effects include headache, dirhea, d abdominal pain. other serious stomach conditions may still exist. talk to your doctor about nexium. lou: the obama justice department rejecting claims that the south carolina law that requires voters to show photo id discriminate against minorities, since there is four weeks remain to election day. that law will not be allowed to go into effect until, however, next year. arguments in the supreme court case today could change affirmative action policies. shannon bream has the report. >> what we want? diversity. >> today,
that was fictitious. >> we'll watch with great about the probe that went forth. i know you made a stop on the jordan and syrian border. >> the arab spring no doubt ushered in on one hand hope for people as they try to create a representative government. on the other hand there is a question about the vacume that come with governments that are formed and groups are taking advantage of that and the region is very, very fragile. and i get the feeling that just a few things and a few strings pulled in one direction or the other could create and unleash a lot of problems in that area and obviously syria itself look at it. >> senator bob corker thank you for your courage. >> courage and tiffany hartley whether there is a conspiracy to fix gas price in california. is it a conspiracy by oorksz r.. >>> another person died from the deadly meningitis outbreak linked to tainted vials of steroid medication. the latest victim is in indiana and the total number of reported cases is 197. the out break turned into a major health care after a massachusetts company shipped tainted vials of the painkiller. >> and syria
about the probe that went forth. i know you made a stop on the jordan and syrian border. >> the arab spring no doubt ushered in on one hand hope for people as they try to create a representative government. on the other hand there is a question about the vacume that come with governments that are formed and groups are taking advantage of that and the region is very, very fragile. and i get the feeling that just a few things and a few strings pulled in one direction or the other could create and unleash a lot of problems in that area and obviously syria itself look at it. >> senator bob corker thank you for your courage. >> courage and tiffany hartley whether there is a conspiracy to fix gas price in california. is it a conspiracy byarge on fox >> i wanted to hug all of my children. it was horrifying. i can't imagine how her parents feel. and just my heart goes out to them. >> using a missing puppy as bait. a len year old wyoming girl was lured in a toyota forerunner and then he kidnap raped the child. the f.b.i. is asking people in wyoming and other states for help in findi
up 1-0. ross detwiler went six innings, allowed one run, fantastic performance. 7th inning jordan zimmerman strikes out and we're tied 1-1. 8th inning tyler clippard, strikes out at eight. pitches a scoreless 9th. bottom of the 9th nats leadoff batter, jayson werth, 13th pitch at bat sends the fans home happy with a game winning a half. nats enthe cardinals 2-1 and force a fifth -- edge the cardinals 2-1 and force a fifth and deciding game tomorrow. >> reporter: the nats did everything right tonight, a solid start from ross detwiler, lights out performance from the bullpen and a clutch hit from a postseason jayson werth. it spelled another victory and another night of post season baseball. >> that's a really tough team to face and for ross to go out there in a huge game, win or go home game, and he stepped up and was the guy and that's exciting and something for us to build off of. >> it was the most fun game i've ever been a part of, unbelievable at bat by jw right there, great pitching performance by ross. everybody did their job. we scrapped our way to a victory. >> can't writ
at all. so we submitted it under a pseudonym. the pseudonym was jordan amesley, which is a job. amesley is my daughter's middle name. a little tribute to her role. and jordan was the name of one of the characters of my other stories. >> thank you very much, justin. continued success. the name of book is "twelve" it's on stores now. you can get it right now. >>> if you had to invest in one piece of clothing, what should it be? we'll ask one hollywood favorite why certain clothes are timeless, and find out which decade he really loves t,,,,,,,, >>> cameron silver works in vintage clothing, but he has a major influence on today's styles. "time" magazine has called him one of the most influential names in fashion. >> the man who dresses system of hollywood's top stars has new book celebrating the iconic looks from each decade of the 20th century. the book is called "decades," the same name as his legendary l.a. boutique. hello to you, cameron silver. >> good morning. wonderful to be here. >> this is what i like what you said, that the closest thing to a woman is her dress, and that when we
elections. >> is the u.s. involvement in syria escalating? they are sending 150 troops to the jordan syrian border it is to help boost the military capability if the violence spreads. they may use chemical weapons or they may get their hands on them. they are not ruling in or out. >> the massachusetts senate race could determine which party controls the u.s. senate one of the big issues they are talking about, taxes. >> asking billionaires to pay at least the rates their securities pay senator browne went with the millionaires not the secretaries. >> i am not going to be raising taxes on any one in massachusetts or any one in the united states. we are in a fiscal and financial emergency. >> brown also saying he would reveal obama care. >> hotel rooms turn into makeshift blood france fusion centers pills wrapped with foil a stunning report from anti doping agency says winning and doping went hand in hand from lance armstrong. 26 people testified against him including 11 teammates. armstrong's attorney calls the report a one-sided hatchet job. >> i think what people generally need to remember
was fired and hit an iraq war veteran scott olsen. here is what chief howard jordan had to say. the vast majority did what they're asked to do and conducted themselves appropriately but those who did not adhere to policy are being held accountable for their actions. here is deputy chief sean wents. >> we take it seriously. we investigate it. where we are wrong we'll hold officers accountable. we want people to
is what chief jordan is recommending. that two officers be fired, one demoted. three undergo counseling and training. 15 be suspended for 30 days. 23 receive written reprimands. mayor kwan reyachted to the report. she was not in oakland during the first crack down which happened on october 25th. now, the police officer union says kwan is also to blame. >> this is what i wanted. i wanted the oakland police to be able to look at itself and discipline itself. everyone knows i was not happy the day after october 25th. >> city leaders are apalled. notice there is no discipline for them. they lowered it to the officers who are out there trying the best they can to serve the community. >> the two officers that could be fired, they're now on paid leave. now there is a process that needs to be followed such as a hearing and final approval will come from the city administrators. live in oakland abc 7 news. >> thank you. police and fire personnel say slow response times are putting peoples lives in danger. it's a story you'll see only on abc 7 news, plea responded to a officer-involved shooting at
force. police chief howard jordan confirmed that one of his officers did fire the bean bag that injured iraq war veteran scott olson. he would not say if he is recommending that that officer be fired. meanwhile, reaction from the report was swift. >> what i wanted, i wanted the oakland police to be able to look at itself and discipline itself because everyone knows i was not happy on the day after october 25th. >> this report is indicative of what's wrong here in oakland. the report focuses on persecuting police officers and it shows the city has absolutely no interest in actually prosecuting criminals. >> reporter: we did reach out to scott olson tonight. he said he was surprised and he said he was happy and he hopes that this means that the oakland police department is moving in the right direction. now, the officers who are on the list to be disciplined or fired have a process. that means there is an appeals process for them and that process could take up to two months. reporting live in oakland, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >>> also in the east bay tonight hercules police off
between "occupy oakland" protestors and police began, police chief howard jordan says his internal affairs investigation has reached a conclusion that more than 40 of his officers broke the rules and will face consequences for it. the chief reports 44 oakland officers face the following discipline: 15 suspensions, 23 written reprimands, three counseling and trainings, one demotion and two will be terminated. >> policing in that kind of environment is very difficult, obviously, but we are trained professionals. we hold our staff accountable for their actions. >> reporter: the chief reports his department received more than 1100 complaints for demonstrations last october and november and this january. the most common infraction was for officers who failed to turn on their videocameras. indy bay and other websites posted videos of some of those officers who didn't have a camera on. other infractions are excessive use of force and false reporting. >> the city has thrown its hard working officers with a vocation to protect the citizens under the bus with this report. this city is entirely for
questions posed by the michael jordan moderator. you don't want to be belittling our demeaning to the person who asked the question. >> they sent out a big memo this morning going through all of these statements, word by word that romney had made in the first debates, followed by long answers that the president should have given. i mean, it was 2800 words a long memo they went through. >> greta: i got that long memo. i thought oh, brother i've got enough to do today. >> they're in would have, could have, should have mode. it's basically here's what i should have said. i expect that's what the president will say tomorrow night. >> the certainly the element of do-overs in any of the attacks. if big bird gets mentioned again, he'll know exactly what to say this time. i think what makes this unpredictable, the questions will be totally 50sly different. neither candidate wants to retread the ground they went over two weeks ago. they need new areas of attack. >> greta: i'm interested to hearing the libya question, if there is one i'm interested in the answer. panel, thank you. >> thank you. >> gre
victim has died in tennessee. one patient in virginia, and one in maryland have also died. richard jordan is live in baltimore, where state health officials have just released a list of clinics that received this medicine. >> reporter: wendy, nine facilities in maryland and virginia are now being investigated. part of this growing concern about a meningitis outbreak. there are seven maryland facilities that receive these potentially contaminated steroid injections. two in virginia. right now, the doctors are warning people, if they received a steroid injection within the past two months from any of these facilities now in question, they need to go to a doctor and get checked out as soon as possible. this has all been
will close after the morning rush hour tomorrow. richard jordan spoke with drivers who are eager for this project to be done. >> reporter: the road to a faster, smoother commute is paved with detours and closures. vdot 495 express lane projects started four years ago. >> it's bad around here with all the construction and everything going on. >> reporter: but road work is almost complete. and part of the finishing touches go right through merryfield. the left hov ramp taking drivers from i-66 east of 495 north will close friday after the morning rush hour. >> hov motorists will have this ramp shut off. they will have to take the general purpose ramp on the right to go onto 495 north. >> reporter: that means all drivers will use the same ramp. truth is, the 66 eastbound hov lanes have already been closing on a daily basis just after the morning rush hour. but now, in order to get all the work done on time, they have to be shut down 24/7 until the express lane project is complete. vdot crews will pave and paint the ramp while drivers yield, merge and hit the brakes. those who freque
this morning on the "today" show. >> we've got brett mickaels, claudia jordan, gary busey,ly john, d. snider. >> dennis, are you okay? >> we have brandy. and we have steven baldwin. we have trace adkins, who's become a big monster in the music world. mary lou, the greatest memory of them all. and i can't get tickets to your show in vegas. >> he's put them back on the map, trump has. amyrosa and latoya jackson were not there. it airs in march. >>> just weeks after the debut of the iphone 5, apple is sending out invitations for another big announcement. many expect to get their first look at the long rumored ipad mini on october 23rd. apple is trying to compete with smaller, cheaper tablets like amazon's kindle fire and google's nexus. microsoft is launching its own surface tablet three days after the apple event. >>> when we come right back, an historic journey with parallel parking, tight turns. >> try parallel parking that. >>> dorothy's ruby slippers are off to see the queen. take away his toys and he'll play with a stick. take away their bikes and they'll still find a way to get where the
-ups, but they only scored one run. now they go to the bullpen. you might see jordan zimmerman later which could be interesting. >> reporter: you'll see a loft mixing and matching coming down the street -- lot of mixing and matching coming down the street. >> bryce harper, 1-17 in the series, danny espinosa 1-11, so it's ugly, but adam laroche has two hits in the series, both bombs, nailed another one today. ryan zimmerman is the other hit for the nationals. >> reporter: this crowd is waiting for something to happen. you can tell they're on the edge of their seats here. >> reporter: ohs and ahs of 40,000 plus at nats park, scott, always a pleasure. hopefully we'll be talking to you later about a nats win as they extend this thing. i'll tell you what. the winner of this game will now take on san francisco because san francisco beat cincinnati today. so somewhat of a surprise in that other national league game. >> game one will be sunday. let's hope it's the nationals. >> reporter: again one more time, 1-1. we are in the bottom of the 6th inning, ross detwiler doing a heck of a job for the was
to the bullpen tied autopsy at one. the nats bullpen did damage. jordan zimmerman, the game two starter struck out the side in the seventh. then tyler clippard came in the eighth and he did the same door things sit down, st. louis. drew storen, you can get some too dishing it out to the cardinal hitters. it came down to jayson werth. the leadoff, the bottom of the ninth inning. a 13-pitch at bat. it was epic. and the only thing better than the at-bats with the celebration because all of d.c. was pumped up after this one. 2-19 final and the guys talked about this historic win. istori >> the most fun game i've ever been a part of. unbelievable at bat right there. great pitching performance from ross. everyone did their job tonight. >> can't really write it up any better than that. i think for that crowd and that atmosphere and that energy and to have them experience something like that, it will be a fun day tomorrow. >> yes, it will a fun night tonight again. that is their first ever home playoff win. happened right here yesterday. game five tonight, gio gonzalez going up against adam wainwright
on, this is not a beyonce type event. >> a piece of michael jordan history went for a pretty penny at auction this week. it's barbecue sauce. a 1992 jug of mick jordan sauce sold on ebay for $10,000. the unopened one gallon bottle was the sauce used on the mcjordan burger, a promotion that mcdonald's did 20 years ago in honor of the basketball star. it was a quarter pound beef patty, mustard onion and the the barbecue so you say. >> i remember that from when i was a kid new where was it served? >> at mcdonald's. >> bill: really? >> mcjordan. when michael jordan was playing. i remember because it was the firstburg are i had, it was a circular disk that fit right on top of the burger. >> what are you going to do with this barbecue sauce. >> please don't eat it. >> no word on the shelf life. >> back over your driveway with it but don't eat it. >> the detroit tigers are one win away from the world series. in game three last night the tigers beat the new york yankees 2-1 thanks to justin verlander. he gave up his first run in the ninth inning. they took him out. tigers were last in the
with the prompter. >> i'll do it. >> 2-year-old jordan. >> this picture is entitled stopped to pose on the way to my birthday party. jordan just turned 2 on sunday. >> how sweet. >> happy birthday to you, jordan. >> she is so yummy. >> she's beautiful, great smile. >> yes, she is. >> looks like she's got her hair done and her best outfit on for her birthday. >> i thought that was a professional picture, but i guess it was a quick snapshot. >> for send your child's picture go to and click on mornings. >>> let's do some quick weather. we're still warm and muggy around here, it's 73 out there this morning, it feels like late july out there. but there is cooler and dryer air, more importantly dryer air out to the west. 51 in cincinnati, 57 in chicago. and check out the cool -- in fact, that's cold temperatures officially now into wyoming and montana. 28 in casper, 33 in great falls where they had snow yesterday. and guess what, it's not going to get that cold around here, but that chunk of cold will gradually push to the south and east over the next several days days will be upon us here fo
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